It's not about what RAM it prefers it's about what RAM chips are most tolerant and OC the best. Samsung chips often OC the best when it comes to RAM, VRAM. As such they do not care as much what settings are used with them.
Latest Zen UEFIs should have no problem to figure out working settings for most common RAM. It took Intel ages too to get this sorted.
they stated that above 3733 the infinity fabric drops from 1:1 to 2:1.
Apparently this is a software change that takes place due to it becoming unstable once you go past 3600 but since it is software surely some BIOS will allow you to manually set at what frequency the divider comes into effect.
So maybe we can push to ~4000 1:1 with some extra juice and a lucky chip. https://www.pcgamesn.com/amd/ryzen-3...ing-sweet-spot
Also looking for some RAM recommendations for an incoming 3900X build. Preferrebly a 32gb RAM kit, ideally trying to stay under $400 cuz damn going down in CL rating really cranks the price up lol. Board is Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite, this is the memory QVL: http://download.gigabyte.us/FileList...te_matisse.pdf
Then a near step in price but also at CL17 but overall tighter timings than the Corsairs above, G.Skill trident RGB 3600 pops up again https://www.newegg.com/g-skill-32gb-...82E16820232484 and i feel alot more comfortable about these ones. Reviews say they are b-dies as well.
I know its probably too early to tell, but hopefully some feedback on those, or any others, would be appreciated